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Metropolis: Impressive B/W Photos Showing Daily Urban[1] author: Alan Schaller (UK)
Description “Metropolis”, captured by London based photographer Alan Schaller, is a series examining how we are dwarfed in the modern world around us and often lost in it. Specialising in black and white photography, Alan Schaller has always photographed with incorporated geometry, high contrast, surrealism to present the realities and diversities of human life.

For this series, photographer worked in everyday urban locations with an aim to reimagining them using a combination of the right subjects, light, shadow, perspective and the environment itself.

“I think it is a subject that impacts a vast majority of the world. People are substituting real relationships for digital ones,” said Alan Schaller. “We are inherently social creatures after all, and the way we are getting lost in the online world and the big city life is hard to miss. These photographs are my interpertation of this disconnection.”

In addition, this series will be exhibited in London during January and February 2018.

More information at alanschaller.com



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